More Americans than ever are expected to vote by mail in 2020 presidential election. But the U.S. Postal Service is in billions of dollars of debt and President Trump has said he doesn’t want the agency to be funded to help with mail-in voting. While the Postmaster General is now promising to suspend any changes to USPS until after the election, some worry the spending cuts and removal of collection boxes may have already done enough damage to overwhelm the postal service come November. Soledad O’Brien speaks with Trevor Potter, the founder and president of the Campaign Legal Center.


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